JAPAN DIARY: Kyoto (Nishiki Market & Machiya Rental)

For our 2 night stay in Kyoto, we had booked a restored traditional Kyo-Machiya via Airbnb. When we arrived at Kyoto station, our lovely host Tomomi (Minne) was waiting for us to pick-up our luggage so that we could already start and explore the city. Of course, our first destination was the food market, Nishiki Market. Being…

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Pregnancy Style: That Casual Feel

  The 25th week of my pregnancy has been a very grey one with not much sunlight but a lot of dark clouds.With most maternity clothing coming in black, I was looking for something fresh and comfortable to give me a little boost. I think that I got that from my mother who always told…

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Amsterdam with Kids: Wijs West (Food, Shop & Kids Place)

I know that we Amsterdammer’s are really spoiled when it comes to kids cafés. We have Blender, we have De Kleine Parade and now we have also Wijs West. Located in the West of Amsterdam on the Bilderdijkstraat, this kids café and concept store just opened its doors a week ago. Combining café with a…

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Style The Bump with … BAE the Label

I was really disappointed with the fit and quality of the H&M maternity jeans. Fact is that when I am pregnant I put on weight on my bum and thighs. I get big so I need pants that can accommodate my new shape, keep me comfortable but also look more dressed than a regular legging.…

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Amsterdam Shopping: Broer & Zus

Lately I’ve been spending a little bit more time in the De Pijp district in Amsterdam which hosts the kids boutique Big & Belg DUH store but also a shop called Broer & Zus which means brother & sister in Dutch language. Before settling in this vibrant neighbourhood, Broer & Zus was located in a really random and small location in…

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Pregnancy Style: Black & Denim

During this pregnancy, I had to say goodbye to my regular jeans from early on as I started to show very fast. As most of the maternity wear from my first pregnancy was either really worn off or too big, I started to look for some newness. Unfortunately, when it comes to maternity fashion I feel…

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JAPAN DIARY : Travelling With The Shinkansen Bullet Train

After our one-night stay in Tokyo, our next destination was Kyoto. Prior to our trip, we had purchased the Japan Rail Pass (also called JR Pass), a universal train ticket that is issued by the Japan Railway Group that allows foreign visitors to travel by train for a certain amount of time. The JR Pass cannot be…

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Spotted: The KAOS Ransel Diaper Bag

When I was pregnant with the little bird one big item on my must-have list was a diaper bag. That bag that I would need every day and which would allow to fit in an organised way a changing mat, diapers, wipes, cream, toys and snacks just to name a few. When I looked for bags…

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JAPAN DIARY : TOKYO (MINATO-KU & SHIBUYA)

  I still owe you the remaining part of our Japan travel diary. As the weather is currently particularly boring here (cold, dark and rainy, arghh), I thought it’s the perfect moment to jump back to the time when we were out and about, travelling and enjoying life on the other side of the world.…

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Style The Bump with … Storq

  I really love being pregnant. Watching my body change and accommodate my growing baby is a pretty amazing thing. However, when it comes to dressing this body of mine I really have a hard time finding items that fit both my comfort and style needs. I don’t know what it is but it seems that…

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